Posts Tagged ‘Innfjorden’


In late October we had one BIG snow dump on the west-coast followed by nice weather. Below is some pictures from 3 amazing days of October skiing. After that it’s been variable temperatures and weather so the skiing was not great for long, but we had som nice days in between.


Alpine ski touring course in Romsdalen

Last week I had a 5 days alpine ski touring course in Romsdalen. The weather as not the best even though we had a few days of sun-shine, but rain and a lot of wind most days. Obviously, the snow was not the best either, everything from super hard crust to slush. Well, not everything between, we did not have any powder.
But it was 5 fun days in the mountains with Hilde, Pernille, Mikkel and Petter.

Below is a few pictures



Here’s a few pictures from skiing in Romsdalen and Sogndal before and after Christmas. Most of December was spent in Romsdalen, some alpine skitouring and some cross country skiing. Then I was in Sogndal the first week after new year. I’s been snowing a lot on the west coast and the skiing has been amazing the last week. Unfortunately I haven’t taken many pictures, but here’s a few.

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After a very warm and dry November be finally had a big snowfall on the west coast of Norway. In Romsdalen we got almost one meter of snow in the mountains last weekend. Unfortunately it came with a lot of wind, but it’s still possible to find very good snow in south and east facing bowls. Here’s a few pictures from skiing on Skarven in Skorgedalen.






HauteRoute 2010 04 19-24 2010-04-20On April 19. I started guiding my third and last Haute Route for the season, Also this time for my company, Breogfjell. We had a good week with warm temperatures and very stable snow conditions. In combination with very good client this gave me a quite easy week of work. But we had a very hard time finding good snow.

After Haute Route I returned home to Romsdalen for some ski guiding there before I went to Turtagrø and Highcamp. Breogfjell is responsible for all the guiding there and we had 20 guides on work May 7.-9. Weather was perfect and cold temperatures gave good conditions for skiing.

Next week I guided Karine for three days home in Romsdalen. The first day we did Hesteskotraversen in perfect conditions, cold in the morning and good slush down from Kirketaket in the afternoon. The next day we did Juratind. Warmer temperatures during the night gave very loose snow all the way to the top and down again, but it wasn’t to bad. The last day we did Skjervan from the east. We could drive quite high and had perfect weather and OK snow.

After a long winter it was very good to finally put away the skis and start rock climbing. And as always after a winter with to much guiding and alpine climbing, the first days on rock felt terrible for my fingers.

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More skiing in Romsdalen

SøreKlauva 2010-02-09

Feb. 15. 2010

Since I came back to Romsdalen in early February skiing has been very good. It’s been snowing a lot, but in between its been sunny and perfect days for skitouring. On a beautiful day, Odd and me first walked up to Søre Klaua, lots of snow and hard to break trail, but very nice on the way down. From Stallen we walked up to Steinberget and continued up Kirketaket. The ski down the south face was amazing!

I’ve also had some work on snow lately, both guiding and avalanche courses. Posting some pictures from that as well.

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Skiing and guiding in Romsdalen


Early January has been very good for skiing here in Romsdalen. Cold temperatures and no wind has kept the snow good for a very long time. But the cold temperatures is also one reason why the snowpack is so unstable. So be careful.

This weekend I had a group from Sunnmøre on skitouring/avalanche course. Both weather  and snow was good…

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SteinbergetFew places in the world can offer the same as Romsdalen – blue fjordes, green valleys and snow covered mountain. Easy access,  the fact that there are few people and no lift resorts, makes Romsdalen a unique place on earth!

I offer guiding on famous peaks such as Kirketaket, Kjøvskardstind, Blånebba, Nonstind and many more.

I can arrange accommodation, food and transport for weekend and 6-day programs.

Where: Romsdalen – West-coast of Norway

When: January to May

Schedule: Private/groupe booking

Duration: 1 to 6 days

Ratio: Up to 6 clients on 1 guide


1-3 persons is NOK 3.500,- per day

4-6 persons is NOK 900,- per person per day

(price includes IFMGA mountain guide and avalanche safety equipment)

Discount if booking 4 days or more



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We offer the unique and exotic concept SKIING BY BOAT in the Norwegian fjords. With skitoures on big alpine peaks and our expedition equipped aluminium sailing yacht as a floating hotel, we can give you a skiing experience out of the ordinary.

We use the fjords in Romsdalen and Sunnmøre as our “basecamp” and the surrounding peaks as our playground.

The 43 foot sailing yacht (2008) has three double cabins, two bathrooms, kayak, and diving equipment on board.  We can sail you to the foot of the mountain so that you literally can start your top climb from the deck of our boat.

Where: Møre and Romsdal – West-coast of Norway

Start and Stop: Molde or Ålesund

When: Mach to April

Duration: 7 days, 6 days of skiing

Ratio: Up to 6 clients on 1 guide


NOK 15.000,- per person with minimum 4

(Price includes IFMGA mountain guide, avalanche safety gear, food and accommodation in sail boat, skipper and cook)


Great season start in Romsdalen

Oct 16. 2009

October is normally not a very good month for skiing, but this year proved to be different. I just got home and here are some pictures from my first two days back in Romsdalen. Kirketaket in Isfjorden and Nonstind in Innfjorden. As good as it gets!

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